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BURNS:1st,2nd,3rd

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Gabriel Frugie

on 9 October 2013

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BURNS:1st,2nd,3rd
What are the different levels of burns
The different level of burns are
1st degree
2nd degree
3rd degree
A first degree burn is a burn of a minor degree. It consists of the skin being red, swelling, and sometimes the skin is hurting. It is from being in the sun for a long period of time.Takes a few days to heal cool with cold water.
A second degree burn is an increases in depth burn. When both th outer layer of skin and the dermis have been burned through. At this point blisters begin to form, severe pain, and intense red patches.This can take up to 3 weeks to heal.
Rule of nines
By
Gabriel Frugie

What is a 1st degree burn
What is 2nd Degree
3rd Degree Burn
A 3rd degree burn consists of total loss of skin and muscle. It shows bone and around the affected are can have all the side affects of the other burns. This burn requires months of healing may involve reconstructive surgery
The rule of nines
The rule of nines is a rule based on the burn percentage in adults it can determine the amount of the body burned.The percentage for adults the front is 18%and also the back.9% is the head.Both arms together count as 18%.18% counts from both legs.1%in the private part. For babies the head counts as 18%, the body front and back together is 36%.Both arms are 18% and legs are 24%. 1% percent for groin.
References
https://www.google.com/?safe=active&ssui=on
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/first-aid-burns/FA00022
http://www.emtresource.com/emergencies/burns/rule-of-nines/
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